Ashley R. Smith

Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
Developmental Reward-Processing, Risk-Taking, Decision-Making
"Ashley Smith"
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Sherman LE, Rosenbaum GM, Smith AR, et al. (2019) The interactive effects of peers and alcohol on functional brain connectivity in young adults. Neuroimage
Smith AR, Rosenbaum GM, Botdorf MA, et al. (2018) Peers influence adolescent reward processing, but not response inhibition. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience
Beer JC, Smith AR, Jarcho JM, et al. (2016) Anxiously elaborating the social percept: Anxiety and age differences in functional connectivity of the fusiform face area in a peer evaluation paradigm Australian Journal of Psychology. 68: 154-165
Shulman EP, Smith AR, Silva K, et al. (2015) The dual systems model: Review, reappraisal, and reaffirmation. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience
Smith AR, Steinberg L, Strang N, et al. (2015) Age differences in the impact of peers on adolescents' and adults' neural response to reward. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 11: 75-82
Gilman JM, Smith AR, Bjork JM, et al. (2015) Cumulative gains enhance striatal response to reward opportunities in alcohol-dependent patients. Addiction Biology. 20: 580-93
Smith AR, Steinberg L, Chein J. (2014) The role of the anterior insula in adolescent decision making. Developmental Neuroscience. 36: 196-209
Smith AR, Chein J, Steinberg L. (2014) Peers increase adolescent risk taking even when the probabilities of negative outcomes are known. Developmental Psychology. 50: 1564-8
Weigard A, Chein J, Albert D, et al. (2014) Effects of anonymous peer observation on adolescents' preference for immediate rewards. Developmental Science. 17: 71-8
Smith AR, Steinberg L, Chein J. (2014) The role of the anterior Insula in adolescent decision making Developmental Neuroscience. 36: 196-209
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